What is Super Shene used for?

Eco-Flo Super Shene is a water based, low V.O.C., durable, water repellent, flexible, acrylic based high gloss top finish for natural veg-tanned tooling leather. Great for use over any Eco-Flo dye or stain product. May be used to resist or block the effects of acrylic stains or antiques for highlighting areas.

What is eco Flo?

Eco Flo® is an alternative packing material made from GM-free starch. Providing a great substitute to polystyrene packing products, EcoFlo is 100% biodegradable and independently proven to offer better all-round protection than other non-eco-friendly alternatives.

How do you use eco Flo leather Dye?


  1. For use on natural veg-tanned tooling leathers.
  2. Apply with an artist brush, wool dauber, air brush or aerosol sprayer.
  3. Allow project to dry completely.
  4. Buff with a clean scrap of sheep wool or soft cloth to remove excess surface pigment before applying finish.
  5. Repeat until desired hue is achieved.

What does Resolene do to leather?

Applying Resolene on leather can help to protect it from water damage and also coat it with a durable and glossy finish. It’s available in neutral, brown and black colors and works on various types of leather.

Where are eco Flo products made?

Ashland, OH
From our 130,000 square foot facility in the friendly town of Ashland, OH, we manufacture high quality and affordable utility pumps, sump pumps, sewage pumps, and water systems.

What is eco Flo made from?

EcoFlo is made from starch and is odourless, dust free and around half the weight of other starch based loosefill. EcoFlo resembles polystyrene except that EcoFlo is biodegradable, compostable, reusable/disposable, renewable and repulpable.

How long does it take for leather dye to dry?

You should allow for approximately 24 hours of dry time for Pro. Regular Leather Dye can dry in as little as 10 minutes and be sealed and finished almost right away. These dry times can vary wildly depending on where you live. If you’re in an extremely humid area, drying can take longer.

Should I dilute Resolene?

Start with 10-15% water and adjust up to a maximum 30% from there depending on temperature and sprayer type. Note that the more water added, the less of a seal the Resolene will form.